is Now Disrupting Honey Bees Market with More Efficient Bees

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A Utah-based company that provides products to help bee lovers achieve pollination success is now disrupting honey bees.

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We make pollination easy by only offering the highest quality products and advice, which will help you achieve the results you want.

Company representatives with announced today that it is disrupting the honey bee market.

“We are disrupting the market for honey bee pollination, because we have more efficient bees,” said Ryan Merrill, vice president of marketing for

Merrill explained that Mason Bees offer a form of pollination that is simple and effective.

“That’s because the Mason Bee requires less work than colony bees, and the Mason Bee is native to North America,” Merrill said, before adding, “We make pollination easy by only offering the highest quality products and advice, which will help you achieve the results you want.”

What makes so different from everything else on the market, according to Merrill, is that the company provides better, and more complete information about the bees.

In fact, in the past 15 years, Merrill pointed, there has been a lot of information available regarding the use of alternative pollinators to replace honeybees as the primary pollinators of certain crops.

Scientists with the Agricultural Research Service (USDA) and others found that blue orchard bees, Osmia lignaria, are particularly good pollinators of early spring orchard crops.

“These bees are relatively easy to manage and propagate by those who have no prior beekeeping experience,” Merrill stressed.

Merrill added that its website provides those who log onto with information on Mason Bees, nesting material, releasing, pollination, and a blog that features videos on storing and releasing Mason Bees.

“Proper storage will increase the chance of success when using the bees for pollination,” Merrill said. “When the bees are stored properly, they can be released just in time for the flower bloom.”

As to why anyone should visit, Merrill said, “We are dedicated to making sure you have a successful experience with the release of your mason bees. Most use these bees for pollination purposes, and others find them a useful representation of their commitment to helping the environment.”

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We are osmia lignaria harvesters from the northern Utah region. Our traps collect the bees in the early spring and then we allow the bees to lie in their cocoon state until we remove the traps in early fall.

The bees are then sorted and counted to screen for infection and disease. The bees that we determine to be healthy are stored in a chilled environment until we ship them to you. This means you get the best quality and the most living bees for your buck. Search for Mason Bees for Sale on Google:


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